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NASM Corrective Exercise Specialisation

£699

NASM Corrective Exercise Specialisation

NASM Corrective Exercise Specialisation

£699
 

Earn 10 CIMSPA Endorsed CPD points

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What Will I Learn

By becoming a Corrective Exercise Specialist, you’ll take your fitness career to new levels. Learn how to assess clients in a whole new way. Help your clients reduce the risk of injury while also helping them move, feel and live better.

It will help you better identify their movement compensations, where they are weak or strong, and hone your ability to use that knowledge to design effective and efficient programmes.

You'll take your ability to assess clients from generalized to specific, breaking assessments down into smaller, more in-depth pieces so you can identify different parts of the body in need of attention.

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You will have to knowledge to relate fundamental concepts of human movement and anatomy and physiology to corrective exercise. By doing so you will evaluate proficiency of movement using various assessment methodologies, design individualized movement and exercise programs, and apply spectrum of corrective tools, protocols, and modalities aligned to client needs and goals. Further, you will have the tools to demonstrate effective coaching and communication techniques to maximize adherence and engagement and communicate effective recovery strategies for a clients overall wellness.

Course Curriculum

A Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training or a high level of working knowledge the fitness industry is recommended.

Chapter 1: Rationale for Corrective Exercise
Corrective exercise and the optimization of movement quality have applications across populations and environments. All clients and athletes, regardless of current activity level, can benefit from the skills of a Corrective Exercise Specialist.

Chapter 2: Human Movement Science and Corrective Exercise
In this chapter you will learn how the human movement science is the study of how the Human Movement System (HMS) functions in an interdependent, interrelated scheme.

Chapter 3: Inhibitory Techniques
Discover the first phase in the Corrective Exercise Continuum (Figure 3.1), this phase is to inhibit or modulate activity of the nervous system that innervates the myofascia.

Chapter 4: Lengthening Techniques
Understand how lengthening refers to the elongation of mechanically shortened muscle and connective tissue necessary to increase range of motion (ROM) at the tissue and joint.

Chapter 5: Activation Techniques
Understand the function of activation techniques in a corrective exercise program, identify activation techniques for use in corrective exercise programming, and describe the application guidelines for activation techniques.

Chapter 6: Integration Techniques
Integration techniques are used to reeducate the Human Movement System back into a functional synergistic movement pattern.

Chapter 7: Client Intake and Assessment
The initial session with a client is probably the most critical. During this first encounter, the Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) will conduct several assessments related to physical readiness, general lifestyle information, medical history, goals, and other physical and psychological behaviors. The professional will also ensure all legal and ethical forms and procedures are signed and completed. More importantly, the initial session is the time when the corrective exercise specialist builds a rapport with their client.

Chapter 8: Static Assessments
Static posture represents how an individual physically presents themselves without movement and is a reference for the alignment of the body. Static posture is considered the base for movement because it requires isometric contractions from many different muscles to maintain muscle tension to hold the specific position.

Chapter 9: Movement Assessments
Movement is the means by which individuals are able to perform all activities, ranging from those necessary for daily living to job tasks and recreational enjoyment. Understand how optimal dynamic postural alignment and movement strategies allow for the identification of abnormal movement (i.e., movement impairments), which can indicate where muscle imbalances may exist.

Chapter 10: Mobility Assessments
Targeted mobility assessments of the major bodily segments should be used to focus and confirm the observations made during both the static and movement assessments.

Chapter 11: Corrective Strategies for the Foot and Ankle
Learn how the foot and ankle structure is complex with great potential for influence on the rest of the Human Movement System.

Chapter 12: Corrective Strategies for the Knee
Understand how the knee is one of the mot commonly injured regions of the body and to limit the potential risk of these injuries from occurring and to allow for individuals to maintain healthy and physically active lifestyles, it is important to understand the anatomy, causes, and most appropriate corrective exercise strategies, as it relates to the Regional Interdependence Model, for risk mitigation and management.

Chapter 13: Corrective Strategies for the LPHC
The lumbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPHC) is a region of the body that has a massive influence on the structures above and below it. he fitness professional must understand differences in optimal movement patterns and dysfunctional movement patterns in daily living activities, exercise, and a number of structured assessments that provide avenues for objective and subjective feedback.

Chapter 14: Corrective Strategies for the Shoulder and Thoracic
This chapter will review the basic functional anatomy of the thoracic spine and shoulder, their relationship to other segments of the body, and corrective strategies to help improve thoracic spine and shoulder dysfunction.

Chapter 15: Corrective Strategies for the Wrist and Elbow
Learn how an event at the elbow joint affects the forearm and the wrist, and, conversely, injury or disease at the wrist joint can affect the elbow.

Chapter 16: Corrective Strategies for the Cervical Spine
This chapter explains how the neck muscle system is intimately related with reflex systems concerned with vestibular function, proprioceptive systems, stabilization of the head and eyes, postural orientation, and stability of the whole body. Thus, dysfunction in this region can lead to many injuries throughout the body.

Chapter 17: Self-Care and Recovery
The Corrective Exercise Specialist will focus on recommending strategies and practices that are foundational to effective exercise recovery in the areas of sleep, nutrition, hydration, psychological relaxation, and movement. These strategies will be grouped into three areas of focus: rest, refuel, and regenerate

Chapter 18: Real-World Application of Corrective Exercise Strategy
This chapter will focus on factors that influence program design and provide best practices and guidelines to assist the health and fitness professional in maximizing the benefit of corrective exercise.

The final exam is 100 multiple-choice questions. There is a 90 minute time limit and you must pass with a 70% of higher to pass.

COURSE INCLUDES

  • 10 CPD Points
  • NASM-CES Digital Course Content
  • Content & Learning Videos
  • Coaching Demonstrations
  • Advanced Video Animations
  • Quizzes
  • Online Practice Exam
  • Online CES Exam

Why Learn Online With Premier Global NASM?

  • Study anywhere, anytime in our virtual classrooms with live tutors
  • Never miss a session with all course content and material available through our virtual platform
  • Learn uninterrupted with no stress of a traditional classroom (enhance learning potential)
  • Learn from experienced tutors who coach and support you every step of the way
  • Interactive instruction on exercise technique, coaching and cueing
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FAQ

Upon passing the end of the course exam, you will become an NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM-CES).

You have 365 days from the date of purchase or date of enrollment key activation.

The exam is completed online through your NASM student portal. You have 3 initial attempts. If you fail all 3 exam attempts, a retest can be purchased.

You must get a 70% of higher to successfully pass the exam.

It is recommended that you have a Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training or a high level of working knowledge the fitness industry.







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